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Welcome to our compilation of interesting books. We know that we’ve got some great books for you to read and we want you to find them here. Take a look below for lists, reviews, and more.


Interesting Books

Welcome to the collection of interesting books. We’ve taken all our book articles about interesting books and put them in one place for you to check out. Our writers have the unique ability to find interesting books that normal humans do not have. This ability comes from years of studying, genetic alteration, brain performance enhancing steroids, and hard work. They are pretty much super humans and we do our best to prevent them from taking over the world, but unfortunately we do not feel we’ll be able to stop them forever… Our writers truly are the best and have great powers, but with great powers come great responsibilities. So please read responsibly.

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Interesting books are just the start of your book journey on Bookkaholic. We have so many different articles, ideas, and books that you’ll want to keep coming back because finding books is half the battle of reading. This is a battle we want you to win because if you can’t find something new and interesting to read, you’ll be stuck with ‘Twilight.’ And not even our writers can help you if you catch a case of the ‘Twilight.’ If you look below you can see the books we’ve read, reviewed, and thought were unique. Check them out.
Or if you are not impressed (you can’t be serious?) you can come take a look at our awesome books which are sure to get you excited. We also have many book trailers, book debates, and books you should read next. Our interesting books are here, but we do have more to offer you and hope you take a look at it. Don’t forget to book mark us, join our mailing list, or visit us weekly for new articles and book info. Check out the interesting book articles below, comment, rate, and enjoy.

The Most Interesting Books

1. Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger
2. The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood
3. Contagious by Jonah Berger | Book Review
5. Wonder by R.J. Palacio
6. Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway
7. In The Skin Of A Lion
8. The Innocents by Francesca Segal
9. Heartburn by Nora Ephron
10. Until Thy Wrath Be Past by Asa Larsson

Interesting Book Lists

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Novels for Gamers
5 Books for Spring Reading
Popcorn Dystopia
3 Interesting Books
5 Books on Postmodern Holocaust Literature
4 Books to Read in a Zombie Apocalypse
5 First-person Plural Books
Dog Books
Coffee Table Books
Graphic Novels From Classic Stories
Female Goddess Fiction

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Northern Heights by Helen E. Barrow – Book Trailer

Northern Heights: A story of bullying, love, healing and revenge by Helen E. Barrow North East England, August 2000, Barbara Singleton is twelve years old and in love with another girl. She is also obese and the subject of a br...
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Review: Lives in Ruins by Marilyn Johnson

Between the ages of about eight and 15, I was adamant that I wanted to be either an archaeologist or a paleontologist when I grew up. I can date the latter ambition to the first Jurassic Park movie, which I saw in the theater w...
Awesome Books

October: A Month for Spooky Tales, Part 4

As October draws to a close, we prepare to celebrate the event that makes this month so spectacularly scary: Halloween! For my series “October: A Month for Spooky Tales,” I have examined Alabama’s legendary st...

Great Authors You've Never Heard Of

October: A Month for Spooky Tales, Part 1

Hands down, October is my favorite month of the year. For those of us living in the South, October marks the return of bearable weather. Some weekends are still warm enough for a trip to the beach, but others are deliciously co...
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Aron Ralston

Considering that: a) I already knew the full story of Ralston’s days trapped by a boulder in a remote canyon, b) I had already seen the brilliant 2010 film made of his experience (127 Hours, starring James Franco, a favorite of...

Book Trailer

Book Trailer: The Devil’s Workshop by Alex Grecian

Recently I reviewed Alex Grecian‘s new novel The Devil’s Workshop. The book is the third installment in Grecian’s Scotland Yard Murder Squad series. The book trailer was released from Putnam Books about three ...
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Review: Bliss House by Laura Benedict

Laura Benedict has written several books and is known for her publication Surreal South, an anthology of Short Fiction. Her newest novel is titled Bliss House, and in this work, Benedict draws inspiration from the surreal. In B...
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Review: The Devil’s Workshop by Alex Grecian

Alex Grecian’s latest novel, The Devil’s Workshop, is the third in his Scotland Yard Murder Squad series. Like the previous two books, The Devil’s Workshop features Inspector Walter Day and Constable Nevil Hammersmith as protag...

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Review: The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick

In Mike Resnick’s novel The Buntline Special, life in the old west town of Tombstone gets steampunked. Urban Dictionary defines “steampunk” as: a subgenre of speculative fiction, usually set in antiquarian Vic...
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Review: Redeployment by Phil Klay

“So it’s 50 percent boredom and 49 percent normal terror, which is a general feeling that you might die at any second and that everybody in this country wants to kill you. Then, of course, there’s the 1 percent pure terro...